June 28, 2013 11 AM PDT 12 PM MDT 1 PM CDT 2 PM EDT
Teleseminar for Members of National Association of Memoir Writers
The term “Indie Author” has become part of our popular parlance, much like “Indie Movies” began to be “in” when independent filmmakers realized they could operate parallel to the established system. This is happening now in the writing world, and one of the people celebrating this is Jason Matthews, who has a regular hangout show on Google Plus on Monday evenings. Jason is professional, nice, asks smart questions, and is a joy to work with.
All the shows become YouTube videos—terrific publicity for everyone who appears and great for the author’s platform. His job is to create a program of interest—that means carefully selecting his guests. We will talk about the world of being an Indie-Author, what he looks for in his guests, and how you can present yourself so someone like Jason will want to invite you to his program.
At the teleseminar you will learn:
- How Jason sees Indie Publishing today—and his vision for the future.
- How Jason selects people or topics.
- What topics are interesting to his audience.
- How the show began.
- Where most Indie books need the most work.
- How Indies can best use their time.
Jason Matthews was born in Chapel Hill, NC and lives in Pismo Beach, CA with his family. He’s worked as a snow-maker, a house painting contractor and now a full-time writer working on new fiction and non-fiction alike.
His novels include:
The Little Universe
His guides include:
How to Make, Market And Sell eBooks All for Free
How to Make Your Own Free Website And Your Free Blog Too
Get On Google Front Page
Websites for contact: